For the second year in a row the driver on ‘new tyre pole’ won the midfield fight. At the sharp end, Lewis Hamilton delivered a grand slam.
Unusually the top three drivers in the Brazilian Grand Prix all made different numbers of pit stops during the race.
Sergio Perez gained the most places during the United States Grand Prix as he raced from the pits to finish in the points.
Ferrari lost the Mexican Grand Prix by pitting Charles Leclerc too soon and leaving Sebastian Vettel out too long. Here’s the interactive data from the race.
Could Lewis Hamilton have mimicked Pierre Gasly’s strategy and run to the end without a second pit stop? Take a look at all the data from the Japanese Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton won and Charles Leclerc lost when the Virtual Safety Car was deployed – but it affected other drivers’ races too.
Sebastian Vettel’s race-winning early pit stop allowed him to gain four seconds on his team mate Charles Leclerc.
How much pressure was Charles Leclerc under at Monza? Lewis Hamilton was within a second of him for 11 laps in a row at one stage.
The Belgian Grand Prix looked like being a repeat of the Hungarian Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton chased down the race leader over the final laps.
Max Verstappen was seven laps from home when his hard tyres suddenly hit ‘the cliff’ which allowed Lewis Hamilton to catch and pass him.
Sebastian Vettel made up 18 places as he rose from the back of the field to take the chequered flag in second place at the German Grand Prix.
The Safety Car period triggered by Antonio Giovinazzi shaped the British Grand Prix. The interactive data reveals who were the winners and losers.
Carlos Sainz Jnr finished 11 places higher than he started in the Austrian Grand Prix – the biggest climb of any driver so far this year.
Sebastian Vettel denied Lewis Hamilton a ‘grand slam’ result in the French Grand Prix by taking the fastest lap on the final lap of the race.
Would Charles Leclerc have beaten Sebastian Vettel to second place if Ferrari had told him about his team mate’s penalty? Explore the Canadian Grand Prix data.
George Russell’s Williams was the fastest car on track for three consecutive laps during the Monaco Grand Prix. Explore the race data here.
Ferrari swapped their drivers twice during the Spanish Grand Prix, but unlike in China each time it was clear the driver behind was faster.
The soft tyres were good for setting the fastest lap of the race but not much else, as Charles Leclerc discovered during the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Did Ferrari’s team orders cost them a place to Max Verstappen? Find out using our interactive data from the Chinese Grand Prix.
Explore the 2019 Bahrain Grand Prix in detail with these interactive lap charts, lap times, race positions and more statistics.